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Artistic Activism Profundity: Interview with Visual Artist Mark Harris
Interview with journalist Andrea Lynn.
Black History Month Art Removed After Parents Complain
Interview with KQED Arts reporter Rachael Myrow and artist Mark Harris
Censorship versus free speech at a very local level
Interview with San Francisco Chronicle Journalist Caille Milner
At California Nurses Association headquarters, an art show highlights “recognition”
Excerpts from interview with Ellie Lightfoot
Mark Harris Creates Postage Stamps for a Trumpian World
Interview with KQED Arts Reporter Rachael Myrow
Black History Month Artwork Banned by San Jose Superintendent
ACLU of Northern California article from february 9, 2017
Black History Month Art Exhibition Removed From School Admin. Offices; UPDATE: NCAC & ACLU Urge District to Immediately Restore Exhibit
National Coalition Against Censorship article from February, 2017
One Year Later, How Are Artists Dealing With Trump?
Interview with KQED Arts reporter Rachael Myrow from January, 2019
Art Meets Activism- A Look at Bay Area Artists Using Race, Power, and Politics to Send a Message
Interview with SF State student journalist Mariana Raschke
March 26, 2017
San Francisco Artist Talks Race, Police Violence & Protest
Interview with BAS Managing Editor Alex Mak, May 31, 2016
Artists with Double Lives: Mark Harris, Motorcycle Rental Associate and Collage Artist, Turns Political Conversations into Art
Interview with Anna Volpicelli
Nov 04, 2017
San Jose: East Side district removes ‘killer cops’ art
Interview with Sharon Noguchi
2017 Year in Review: A Record-Setting Year We’d Like to Forget
Opinion article by the Sillicon Valley Newsroom
Pushing Boundaries: Artist Mark Harris gets white people talking about race.
Interview with Senior Editor Michele Lomax.
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